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Table DRAW and ESTDH

Hi ,

I have created a report for a real substance in CG02 and I can see a report getting generated in table ESTDH and a copy of that report got created in DRAW table as a document both had the status W6 (Ready ) Status .

Then I released the document to status W7(Released status) .In table ESTDH it shows as released but in the document table DRAW table the status is still W6 .

Can anybody let me know the reason for this issue ? What is the diffrence between these two tables .


Suganth Kumar.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 08:52 AM

    Hello Suganth

    DRAW is document Tables which is used in Document Management System which hold the data as standard repository and ESTDH is the Report Header table which is used in EH&S.

    These Two tables are connected in terms of Change number through the foreign key relation of field AENNR which will be maintained in ‘AENR’ Check Table.

    If I am not wrong the programme RC1XREPTwill determines existing released reports that were stored exclusively in the DRAW table also generates entries from these reports in the ESTDH table. But in your case seems it is not happening. i was guessing that , to be explore moreover in programme level by performing reset .


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